If the game is held in the UK, mainly in front of British fans, then Sunday’s game will start with some traditional American fanaticism.
Soon after the British national anthem sounded, Marissa Wallace sang the “Stars and Stripes” on top of the most advanced Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
If the arrangement of this event is impressive, then there will be some small problems: the Falcons seem to have forgotten their net, and Gu Yinghao usually uses it to warm up.
However, this did not affect the Korean kicker, as he practiced in all four attempts in the first half and the Falcons led 20-3.
With 1 minute and 42 minutes left in the first quarter, rookie Kyle Pitts completed the first touchdown of his NFL career, connecting with his quarterback Matt Ryan two yards away.
Except for a rare raid by Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson that ended with a field goal, the Falcons dominated most of the first half, thanks to Haydenhurst’s play on a blue sky autumn day in London. Into their second touchdown.
Probably because rapper Aitch’s halftime performance rejuvenated the Jets, they found some rhythm to return to the game, and Ty Johnson’s close-range rushing touchdown reduced the deficit.
Although the Jets’ defense provided several mistakes to keep them in the game, Wilson and the offensive team were unable to use mistakes, errors, and penalty kicks to stop their offense.
Despite this, the Jets made some progress midway through the second quarter, and Wilson provided some key shots on Michael Carter’s way to reduce the score to just three points.
The determination of the first-year quarterback made the Jets fans leave their seats, the Tottenham Hotspur stadium was crumbling, and an unlikely comeback was imminent.
But this is not because the home team re-established the lead with Mike Davis’s late touchdown.
Although most Falcons fans travel home much shorter than their team, Ryan and his partners will fly back to the United States with a group of happy people.